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February 7, 2016
Mere Christianity, the seminal work in Christian literature by C.S. Lewis, can trace its history back to February 7, 1941.
January 12, 2016
There are plenty of stories from my childhood that I appreciate even more now that I’m older. One such story is The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis, the final book in The Chronicles of Narnia.
September 10, 2015
Where we see crowds, God sees individuals. Each has a name and a face, a history and a future, a family and a purpose.
June 6, 2015
There’s a lot of Christian despair over disturbing social trends: Bruce Jenner’s transgenderism, the Supreme Court’s likely invention of a right to same sex marriage, intimidation against Christian businesses, increasing legislation to legitimize assisted…
March 29, 2014
If stories convince us that certain positions are absurd or foolish, reason, logic, and data will look foolish, mean-spirited, and absurd.
March 13, 2014
The New Testament tells us the Rich Man could see Lazarus over the gulf between the Inferno and Paradise. Judging from this lecture, it’s doubtful Schori can see Lewis over the gulf that separates them.
February 21, 2014
Lewis has not only united classical Anglicans but Christians in general with his impressive corpus of writing; Jefferts Schori has managed to help catalyze a global rupture in the world third largest Christian communion.
January 21, 2014
“Those who suffer the same things from the same people for the same Person can scarcely not love each other.”
November 22, 2013
My task is a daunting one. Writing on the greatest Christian thinker of modern times, on the 50th anniversary of his death, leaves one with a sense of bewilderment. Lewis was walking this earth…
November 1, 2013
Hallowmas is one of the few remaining times of the year when traditionalist are at each other’s throats. All Saint’s and All Soul’s day remain important feasts in the Catholic traditions, and for those many who take their Reformed heritage seriously, Reformation Day has become an important occasion to reaffirm their beliefs. As a good Anglican, I find myself caught somewhere in the middle, yet with strong sympathy toward the Catholic side.